Massachusetts Green-Rainbow State Convention Set for May 26

Hear from Cindy Sheehan, Paul Popinchalk and the 2018 Slate Candidates


May 8, 2018 – The Massachusetts Green-Rainbow Party will hold its annual State Convention on May 26, 2018 in Worcester, MA. Noted activists and candidates will converge to discuss the Global Migration Crisis. There will also be workshops on coalition building, organizing a political alternative and electoral reform. The State Convention is open to all party members and people that want to learn more about the Green-Rainbow movement. The meeting will be held 9am to 4pm at the First Unitarian Church of Worcester at 90 Main Street.

Cindy Sheehan is the convention’s keynote speaker. She is a peace and social justice activist who became internationally known after her son Casey was killed in Iraq and she subsequently set up a peace camp outside then President George Bush's vacation home in Crawford TX. She is the author of seven books and hosts the Cindy Sheehan’s Soapbox podcast. She is also the lead organizer for the Oct 21st action: Women's March on the Pentagon.

Paul Popinchalk, a noted engineer and Worcester resident, will also address the attendees to present hopeful developments in technology, financial investment and global political action that individuals and nations can leverage as they rise to the call for environmental responsibility.

During the convention, attendees will hear from the 2018 Green-Rainbow Party slate of state candidates including Jed Stamas running for State Auditor, Jamie Guerin running for State Treasurer and Juan Sanchez running for Secretary of the Commonwealth.

Preregistration is available online at The registration fee includes lunch.

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